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Hartford Jan. 28 One's sins are [underline] bound [/underline] to come home to roost, Miss Higgins! Every mail brings me letters of kindly abuse from the stricken ones- this morning the trou- ble [strikethrough] s [/strikethrough] proves to have reached West to Wiscon- sin. [strikethrough] But [/strikethrough] Well, I'm re- solved I'll never, never do so any more! Sincerely Yours Samuel L. Clemens
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P.S. Will you kindly make my peace with Mr. J. Lawrence Kearny, + tell [underline] him [/underline] I have truly re- pented + vow take nothing but sack-cloth + ashes for dinner?